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by Harold A. Skaarup   www.SilverHawkAuthor.com   
 
Warplanes of the Second World War preserved in the United Kingdom, Avro Anson

Warplanes of the Second World War preserved in the United Kingdom, Avro Anson

Data current to 19 Dec 2018.

 (IWM Photo)

 (David Merrett Photo)

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo)

Avro Anson Mk. XI (Serial No. N4877), Reg. No. G-AMDA, Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Cambridgeshire.

 (ozz13x Photo)

 (Tim Felce Photo)

 (John5199 Photo)

Avro Anson XIX, painted to represent Anson C.19 (Serial No. TX176), a 1946-built aircraft that flew from RAF Coningsby from 1957 to 1964, Reg. No. G-AHKX, The Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden, Bedfordshire.

 (Tony Hisgett Photo)

 (Rob Mitchell Photos)

 (Classic Air Force Photo)

 (Mike Freer - Touchdown-aviation Photo)

Avro Anson Mk. T.21 (Serial No. WD413), Reg. No. G-VROE, Classic Air Force, St. Mawgan, Newquay. Airworthy.

 (Panhard Photo)

 (Alan Wilson Photo)

Avro Anson Mk. I (Serial No. W2068), Reg. No. VH-ASM,.  Built 1941 and delivered to 4 Service Flying Training School at Geraldton, shown here mounted on a Queen Mary trailer, Royal Air Force Museum London, Hendon.

 (Rept0n1x Photo)

Avro Anson Mk. C.19 (Serial No. TX214), Royal Air Force Museum Cosford, Shifnal, Shropshire.

 (Ken Fielding Photo)

Avro Anson Mk. C.19 (Serial No. TX219), Reg. No. G-AWRS, North East Aircraft Museum, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear.

 (Ronnie Macdonald Photo)

Avro Anson Mk. C.19 (Serial No. VL348), Reg. G-AVV, Newark Air Museum, Winthorpe Airfield, Nottinghamshire.

 (Ashley Dace Photo)

Avro Anson Mk. C.19 (Serial No. VL349), Reg. No. N5054, Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum, Flixton, Suffolk.

 (Ad Meskens Photo)

Avro Anson Mk. C.19 (Serial No. VM360), Reg. No. G-APHV, National Museum of Flight, East Fortune, Scotland.

  (Richard Goring Photo)

 (Ken Fielding Photo)

 (calflier001 Photo)

Avro Anson Mk. 19, c/n 1212, Reg. No. G-AGPG, (EKCO), cockpit section being restored, slated for display in the Avro Heritage Centre, Woodford.  At least 8,138 aircraft were built in Britain, with a further 2,882 in Canada.

 (Craig Sunter Photo)

Avro Anson Mk. T.21 (Serial No. VV901), Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington, Yorkshire.

Avro Anson C.19 (Serial No. TX226), built in 1946 and currently undergoing a major restoration.  Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre, Scotland.  Anson TX226 was among a batch ordered by the RAF in Jan 1945.  The type operated from  Montrose with RAF Coastal Command's 269 Squadron, usually on anti-submarine patrols over the North Sea during the Second World War.